WWB 2018 Update 02-03 to 02-03

“FISH: an animal that grows the fastest between the time it’s caught and the time the fisherwoman describes it to her friends.”

Day 3 proved to be a Great day for some of the boats and a good day for the others. The woman are still catching the fish and the “Biggest Fish” Leader board changed again. Congratulations go out to Cheri Garcia & Anita Christenson for falling into 1st and 2nd place “Biggest Fish” respectively. The “Most Fish” Leader board did not change today, but keep watching because you never know what a new day of fishing will bring.

Cheri Garcia Shows off her First Place Biggest Fish – 27″

Anita Catches a Nice 26.5″ Steelhead Keeper.

The Theo Group had a Great Day on the River Today. Everyone on the Boat caught a Fish.

Remember, This year we have added a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place category for  the “Fishiest Boat Prize: Most/All Fish Combined”. Check out the Prize Package below for details.

LaJean catches a Beautiful Keeper.

LaJean also Catches a nice size Wild Fish!

Alana Dasaro Group had a fantastic time on the River of No Return.

Alana Dasaro Group… Smiles Everyone….

Hey… Whats in that Cup?

Some of the Best Scenery is found on the Salmon River.

Tanya Vandermeer Catches a Nice 24″ Steelhead

Alana Dasaro’s Group Relaxing up the Main Salmon River.

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Cheri Catches a nice Wild Fish Also.

Theo Catches a Beautiful Wild One.

Rebecca Poses with her wild catch.

Sarah Catches a nice Wild Steelhead.

Check out our prize packages and get ready to reel in a prize of your own.

2018 WWB Prize Packages

Sony Catches a Beautiful 25″ Keeper

Janet Starr Catches a Nice Wild One!

Jessie and Lindsay Land a Couple of Nice Steelhead!

Check In is at The River Adventures / Gradient Shift Store in Downtown Riggins ID.

This is where we now stand:

Current Count

Biggest Fish:

1st Place: Cheri Garcia – 27.00″ Fish

2nd Place: Anita Christenson – 26.50″ Fish

3rd Place: Lindsay Haskell – 26.00″ Fish- 25″ Fish

4th Place: Jessi Martin, Jessie King – 25.5″ Fish


Most Fish:

1st Place: Brette Shakespeare, 4 Fish – 72.5 Hatchery Inches

2nd Place: Lisa O’Connor, 3 Fish – 73 Hatchery Inches

3rd Place: Terry Elmore 2 Fish – 49 Hatchery Inches

4th Place: Jessi Martin 2 Fish – 48 Hatchery Inches


Fishiest Boat:

1st Place: Laurie Anglen’s Boat – 21 Fish

2nd Place: Megan Starr-Gepford’s Boat – 11 Fish

3rd Place: Emily Musick’s & Theo Lowe’s Boat – 10 Fish


Click Here to view catch records for all Tournament Participants

Note: Idaho Fish and Game will not permit Wild Fish to be measured.  For this reason, only  Hatchery fish will be included in determining total inches.